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Baking a Difference plans call-out meeting

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Shira Moran, club member and sophomore, promotes Baking a Difference at the freshman activity fair. The club will have its first meeting of the year on Sept. 10.
EMILY WORRELL / PHOTO

Shira Moran, club member and sophomore, promotes Baking a Difference at the freshman activity fair. The club will have its first meeting of the year on Sept. 10. EMILY WORRELL / PHOTO

Shira Moran, club member and sophomore, promotes Baking a Difference at the freshman activity fair. The club will have its first meeting of the year on Sept. 10. EMILY WORRELL / PHOTO

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Baking a Difference will have a callout meeting on Sept. 10 in Room B101. According to Molly Frank, club president and senior, anyone is welcome to join.

“Baking a Difference is a club here at CHS and our mission statement is to use baking skills to give back to the community. About once a month, we find an organization to give back to, and we find a way to fit their needs; for example, sometimes we bake goods and sell them and give the money to the charity, or other times we go and bake with them. It all depends on what they need,” Frank said.

Shira Moran, club member and sophomore, promotes Baking a Difference at the freshman activity fair. The club will have its first meeting of the year on Sept. 10. EMILY WORRELL / PHOTO

Shira Moran, club member and sophomore, promotes Baking a Difference at the freshman activity fair. The club will have its first meeting of the year on Sept. 10.
EMILY WORRELL / PHOTO

So far, the club does not have any plans beyond their call-out meeting. “I’m not really sure about all of our plans this year,” Jessica Bowman, club sponsor and family consumer science teacher, said.

Frank said the club is something everyone who loves baking and giving back should consider. “It’s a really fun opportunity because it combines two of my favorite things: baking and giving back to the community,” Frank said. “I’m really excited for this year.”

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